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Goodwill Generates $785.2 Million in Economic and Fiscal Benefits to Virginia

By Laura Faison on Aug 16, 2016

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Richmond, VA – In its annual study commissioned by Virginia Goodwill agencies, the Elliot D. Pollack organization found that the six Goodwill agencies that make up the Virginia Goodwill Network have seen a significant increase in economic impact in the Commonwealth.

Together, the six Goodwill agencies had a $785.2 million impact on communities and governments in 2015. This represents an impressive 72 percent increase in only two years. While the study does not include real estate and personal property taxes, the organizations were still responsible for nearly $24.9 million in revenue to the state and its localities through taxes for more than 13,289 jobs.

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